Quiz the one hundred-and-seventy-fifth: Got a light? (Parts three and four)

You can take this week’s quiz as a PSA. Smoking is bad for your health. Just look at this poor guy. And he’s still a young fellow! Would you give him a light?

Another double-your-fun special this week, including several entries from a certain famous film detective series. And that’s all the help you’re going to get.

See also: Quiz the fifty-seventh: Got a light? (Part one), Quiz the one hundred-and-seventh: Got a light? (Part two).

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30 thoughts on “Quiz the one hundred-and-seventy-fifth: Got a light? (Parts three and four)

  1. film-authority.com

    Mind if I play through?
    9 Clue
    16 Salvador
    22 The Royal Tennenbaums
    25 Halloween
    28 Serpico
    32. In the Mouth of Madness
    38 No Way Out
    45 Shaft
    48. Young Frankenstein
    49 Pulp Fiction
    50 North by Northwest

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      Got one franchise correctly identified, but not the entry.

      Also, my bad, I swapped out the original 49 because I did Pulp Fiction already in the first Got a light? quiz so it’s another movie now. This would actually give you a chance to score 51 out of 50 if you got them all, but I don’t think there’s any threat of that happening . . .

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  2. Bookstooge

    #9 – Clue
    #48 Young Frankenstein

    I have gotten my prerequisite of 2, as which translates to my 1, as this is a double. I did recognize the Chan ones, but hadn’t a hope in eternity of recognizing which one was which movie.

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      Yes, the Chan ones were for all those who have been taking careful notes over the last few months. Graduate level stuff. Have to see if Fraggle’s research can get them.

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      1. Bookstooge

        Yeah, I’m about to go check out your comment section to see who else has listed what. I carefully avoid that the first time through 😀

  3. Riders of Skaith

    Hmmmmmmmm.

    4 is Brute Force.
    6 is Witness for the Prosecution
    8, I dunno but that’s Victor Jory.
    43 is Laura.
    49 looks like Dragonwyck but probably isn’t.

    50 is–oh, wait I thought it was illegal for professionals to compete against amateurs! 😀

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  4. fragglerocking

    1) Mommie Dearest
    2) Maltese Falcon 1931
    12) Wages of Fear
    14) Maltese Falcon 1941
    15) Predestination
    19) Modesty Blaze
    29) Suicide Squad
    33) Deadlier than the Male
    34) Ride the Pink Horse
    35) The Quiller Memorandum
    37) If
    40 The Thomas Crown Affair
    42) Downton Abbey
    43) Laura
    44) You only Live Twice.

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      Damn, I messed up twice on this quiz! First I double posted a Pulp Fiction pic that I had to replace, and then I slipped in the wrong pic for #2. You’re right, that’s Maltese Falcon 1931, but that was the second pic from the last Got a Light? quiz I had put it in by mistake. I’ve substituted the proper pic in its place.

      This would give you a chance to score 51/50 but . . . Modesty’s last name is Blaise not Blaze so that gets a glowering look, and that’s definitely not Downton Abbey since I haven’t seen that movie. I leave the grey pound flicks for distinguished Scottish film authorities.

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    1. Alex Good

      That is The Specialist! Sharon giving one of her cool looks.

      I dunno, #3 is pretty obscure. Unless you watch a lot of the same terrible movies I do . . .

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      1. Alex Good Post author

        Yeah, I think Blazing Saddles was probably his best. I was watching a bunch of his stuff recently and it seemed to be one that held up the most anyway.

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